Hotel Reviews

Jumeirah Dar-al-Masyaf, Dubai

04/03/2019 by .

“My butler … “

There I’ve said it. Growing up in a post-Jeeves-and-Wooster egalitarian world, I never thought that I would utter those words. But Jumeirah’s Dar Al Masyaf, DAM to returning regulars, at Dubai’s Madinat Jumeirah, thrives on personal service.

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Mövenpick Resort Kuredhivaru, Maldives

Our nifty 19 seater takes us over stunning aqua blue seas from Malé and right up to the jetty of the Movenpick, where the staff are assembled to wave in the new arrivals.

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Drakes Of Brighton

It may have been a case of too many Marmite soldiers but I found it difficult to extract myself from Drakes

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Bodysgallen Hall, Llandudno

Bodysgallen Hall has been dealt a wonderful hand; its 200 acres of grounds and gardens embrace a mansion full of character and wonderment.

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Kandima Maldives Hotel

If your typical Maldives hotel is discreet and understated, then Kandima Maldives feels like the funky younger cousin.

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Sandymount Hotel, Dublin 

There’s no better spot to begin a gentle stroll passing Georgian-era Dublin than from the Sandymount Hotel situated in the gracious leafy district of Dublin 4.

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Hotel Rasmushof, Kitzbühel

The Rasmushof Hotel is set in the very foot of the legendary Hahnenkamm, a mountain known throughout the world along with Mont Blanc, the Matterhorn, and the Eiger.

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